Craft Beer

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HONEST PINT: LORD HOBO BREWING COMPANY

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Along with his years of experience presiding over ever-changing, handpicked drafts, dispensing domestic all-stars and local standouts, Lanigan’s enthusiasm for sharing high-quality liquid is exactly what’s needed to enact change in the local beer scene. Continue reading

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TAPPED OUT: A QUICK GUIDE TO THE PAY-TO-PLAY CRAFT BEER BROUHAHA

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Whatever one’s choice in slang or position on the act itself – which in essence gives distinct advantage to larger brewers at the expense of smaller, independent craft brewers, and is illegal according to the Mass Alcohol Beverages Control Commission (ABCC) – the fallout has become a clear and present danger to the local beer and bar ecosystem. Continue reading

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HONEST PINT: WHAT A BULLY

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The craft spirits and beer worlds have a lot in common—both in their experimental approach, and in the actual making of boozy goodies. Continue reading

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BAR HAVOC: SHE’S CRAFTY

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I’m happy to say that my beer knowledge is on point these days. I truly enjoy being able to suggest something to people who are in the dark about life outside Bud Light. Continue reading

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DIGBOSTON’S CRAFT BEER ISSUE

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This is a pretty spectacular time to be a fan of craft beer. And lately, it’s been getting a lot better around these parts… Continue reading

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HONEST PINT: YOU BASTARDS

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“New England has just about the oldest beer culture in the United States,” says Clark, who as a homebrewer appreciates that New Englanders were instrumental in legalizing homebrewing, and defining modern beer styles we still see today. Continue reading

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HONEST PINT: BBQ AND BEER

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Fact: A well-chosen selection of craft beer can take the next decadent celebration of open-flame grilling in your backyard (or a well-chosen secluded street corner) to the next level. Continue reading

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HONEST PINT: PEAK ORGANIC HAS WOOD

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According to Cadoux, there’s a common misconception that organic products are bland, and taste like dirt. Continue reading